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Mar 18, 2013 11:00am PDT
commercial operations per year. control towers in napa, concord, livermore, stockton and santa rosa are all on the list of possible closures. >>> it is the eternal quest. now palo alto city council looking for a solution to the city's parking problem. residents say it's reached a saturation point and things are about to get worse as the new downtown development continues. according to enforcement, the palo alto city council will look at additional proposal, including permits at city garages. they will consider a valet program at another garage putting parking restrictions in residential neighborhoods and building a brand-new parking structure. >> i had lunch in palo alto, come to think of it, on friday. we were able to sit outside. today we can do that but probably not tomorrow. >> lucky you. her and zuckerberg, right? >> roll with it. >> we have a good day shaping up. marla is right, rain coming in. outdoor lunch plans on the water, much better conditions. a live look over san francisco. the bay bridge there. conditions on the bay glassy but those won't last as winds pick up ahead of t
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Mar 25, 2013 6:00pm PDT
stockton in federal bankruptcy court this week with one-fourth of its population living in poverty. forbes magazine last year named it the most miserable city in the united states. stockton was slammed hard when the real estate bubble burst which flooded the market with foreclosures and sent housing prices down by 70%. they will try to determine if the city negotiated with its creditors in good faith before filing for chapter 9 protection. the creditors stand to recover more of their money if the city does not declare bankruptcy. >>> u.s. lawmakers ripped the nra with what the organization is accused of doing in the wake of the newtown shooting. >>> an exclusive jailhouse interview with jerry sandusky. his side of the story and the one witness he says got it wrong. >>> plus -- >> a march from decastro to san francisco's city hall is about to get under way. i'm cheryl heard. that story coming up. >>> less than 24 hours from now, those for and against same-sex marriage will be arguing before the highest court in the land. tomorrow's supreme court hearing on california's voter approve
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Mar 18, 2013 4:30am PDT
, concord, livermore, stockton and santa rosa are all on the list of possible closures. >>> the palo alto city council is currently looking for a solution to the city's big-time parking problems. residents say parking has reached a saturation point and things are about to get worse as a new downtown developments continue. according to park and enforcement, the palo alto city council will start looking at several different locations and proposals including more spots for permit holders at two city garages. it will consider a valet program at another garage putting parking restrictions in residential neighborhoods and building a brand new parking structure. >>> let's check the forecast. christina loren. >>> it is going to be beautiful. mondays post st. patrick's day. we are talking 70s. let's take it through your hour by hour detail as of tomorrow. rain on the way. quite a bit of it. we need it this time of year. 46 degrees to start the day. good morning to you. 40 degrees by noon today. temperatures jumping into the mid to upper 60s. 67 degrees at lunchtime in antioch. so make sure yo
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Mar 17, 2013 6:00pm PDT
seeing a large plume from the fire burning near sherman island. smoke being carried toward stockton, sacramento. sea breeze is back. temperatures to the 50s this evening. and high clouds will fill in during the day tomorrow. overall, monday will look a lot like today. increasing high clouds through the afternoon and very likely mostly cloudy skies. heading into the evening. temperatures tomorrow running a little bit cooler, we'll start off in the 40s. by lunchtime, 50s to low 60s, and highs for most of the bay area tomorrow in the mid to upper 60s. the changes we'll start to see, not impacting your monday, tuesday and wednesday, the system still on track to begin some light rainfall at times. we go to tuesday afternoon to wednesday. and seeing the rain spreading across the south bay. into the north bay, steadiest rain tuesday night on into wednesday morning. as soon as it splits off toward the east, the second half of the forecast warmer and drier as we head toward next weekend. rainfall projections, tuesday to wednesday, mainly a half inch of rain or less. not a big soaking event,
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Mar 20, 2013 11:00am PDT
or stockton would be a better place to have veteran housing but why not here. >> the plan for veteran housing is a long way from becoming a reality. heaton must get to the owners of the land, convince them to sell it and the city to build housing. >>> this will break your heart. a few months after he beat lymphoma, a 6-year-old boy is fighting for his life again against leukemia. he needs a bone marrow transplant to save his life. the leukemia is aggressive and chemotherapy will not cure it. the family has been told there are not many people of hispanic descent in the current database. finding a match will be extremely challenging. eduardo's classmates and teachers are spreading the word about finding a bone marrow match. the family hopes their son's story will inspire others to answer the call. >> i'm really convinced we can find it and save him and do whatever we need to do to convince the people to do the test. >> a bone marrow drive for eduardo will happen at river glen school next friday march 29th. it will start at 2:30 in the afternoon and end at 7:00. the test is easy
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Mar 22, 2013 6:00am PDT
sequester cuts. control towers in napa, concord, livermore, stockton and santa rosa are all on the list of possible closures. >>> it is not great but it is going to have to do for now. another band-aid and short-term fix for the national budget. the house voting to keep the government running. that's good news. it keeps in place $85 billion in spending cuts to the pentagon and domestic programs. that means temporary furlough for hundreds of thousands of government workers will stay in place. the spending authorization is on the way now to the white house waiting for the president's signature. >> the u.s. supreme court is getting set to take on the issue of gay marriage. speaking out across the nation including right here in the bay area. christie smith joins us live where a 12-year-old wants the court to hear what he has so say. good morning, christie. >> reporter: two historic cases on gay marriage set to go before the supreme court. a 12-year-old bay area boy has stepped in the mix. he wrote a letter to the chief justice john roberts about his own family. he was adopted by two dads. the
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Mar 21, 2013 5:00am PDT
charged later. >>> both singer michelle stockton apologizing after using a gay slur during a performance in san francisco. she says her comments about gay people and gay marriage were misinterpreted. she says she does not judge gay people and was simply trying to point out how some people feel with the issue. venues all across the country have canceled most of the singer's upcoming performances as a result of her comments. >>> 5:21. america's cop rocking out. details on the concert series that comes with the race. >>> a live look at the bay bridge in san francisco. it is a lovely site early in the morning. the night dancing with the lights. stick around. "today in the bay" rollsen o. >>> welcome back on a friday eve, also known as thursday. this is a live look over san francisco's international airport as traffic starts to slowly fill up out there on the rhodes. mike inouye will be along to tell you what's happening with that. christina loren has your weather forecast. it is 5:23. >>> contra costa county's oldest working police dog retiring tonight. dar has been patrolling th
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Mar 18, 2013 6:00am PDT
fewer than 150,000 flights per year. control towers in napa, concord, livermore, stockton and santa rosa are on the list. however, the closures could be stopped before they are put into place. it all depends on a crucial vote in the senate. "today in the bay's" daniel lee is on capitol hill this morning. she takes us inside the beltway with a look at what does that say? >>> today, the senate is going to vote on a temporary budget to fund the government through the rest of the fiscal year. within that budget is an amendment that they could pass. what that does is give the faa power to take $50 million intended for research and capital funds and move it to save these control towers. this is what we are seeing across the board with a lot of these programs being affected by the sequester. senators and also the house are giving these departments more power to decide where to implement the cuts. right now, they are across the board cuts. the senate is going to vote on this budget today. over the weekend, they had to sort through about 100 similar amendments before they could vote on this
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Mar 18, 2013 5:00am PDT
from the government. control towers in napa, concord, livermore, stockton and santa rosa are on the list of possible closure. "today in the bay's" danielle leigh is live on capitol hill where there are moves to give departments a little more leeway on those big cuts. danielle, good morning. >>> jon, good morning. the senate is expected to vote on a temporary budget to fund the government through the rest of the fiscal year. as part of that, there could be some relief. they are implementing across the board spending cuts as a result of the sequester. parts of the bill could give them more power. they have to go through about 100 amendments the senate tacked on to the bill. it was much simpler when it was passed by the house. it will have to go back to the house for approval. john boehner is waiting to see how it will pan out. they have to pass a temporary budget. once they are passed, they have to focus on that next year's budget. they are hoping to get a big deal here to address the deficit. last year, the house and senate put out opposing plans. the good news is that both sides see
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Mar 22, 2013 5:00am PDT
. control towers in napa, concord, livermore, stockton and santa rosa are on the list of possible closuresment >>> public reaction mixed for the changes proposed to yosemite park. >> we got rid of all this, now, lelts get rid of all the vendors once and for all. >> this is the path forward. >> those are the people showing up at a national park service meeting to express their feeling on the plan to stop bike and raft rentals at the park as well as horseback riding. environmentalists also want to get rid of the ice rink at curry village, swimming pools at the yosemite lodge and owana hotel and art activity center. they say it is important to restore the natural setting and protect the merced river. the proposed changes coming after some decades of back and forth lawsuits between environment. tallis ta and the park. >>> runners trying to get limber for this weekend in oakland, the city's annual running festival. the fourth year for this event which includes a 5k half marathon and a full marathon. 26 bands and d.j.s signed up to cheer on the runners with music and fine tunes. the rac
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